Republicans complain about teachers and other union workers making way too much money. So I'm curious. What is a "skilled" worker to Republicans and what is an "unskilled" worker? I would love some examples. How much do Republicans think a "skilled" worker should be paid and should they get the same as what an "unskilled" worker gets? Since 90% of workers don't belong to a union, do Republicans feel those workers are being treated "fairly"? What I really want to know is how many Republicans on this board are unemployed and getting disability, Social Security, Medicare, Food Stamps and unemployment. But they would never tell the truth.